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Balance among Cooperative, Competitive and Individualistic Learning

You should make a balance among cooperative, competitive, and individualistic learning. Students should learn cooperatively, and engage cognitively, physically, emotionally and psychologically in constructing their own knowledge. The most significant objective for students should be to learn how to construct and maintain positive social relationships in all types of situations.

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Key Points to Improve Cooperative Learning Strategies

How to improve cooperative learning strategies? Actually we’re discussing on teaching and learning methods. In our teaching and learning, we always make a choice or choices. Learning Together and/or Alone? We must have the skills to deal with different profitable relations on the stands.

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Systematic Thinking to Surpass the Learning Revolution

Why do you need systematic thinking in your learning? Have you every asked yourself why, what and how to learn? We do need systematic thinking and design in our learning. The book titled The Learning Revolution is only restricted to particular change of How to Study.

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Learning-Oriented Survival, New Lifestyle Concept

Learning-Oriented Survival: With changing information and hot competition, anyone has more or less the feeling of crisis from his heart. So does even Zhang Ruimin, President of Haier. In such a changing time, we must adopt the vital and new life mode.

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Be Interested in Learning Skills to Do Your Work

Why do we make learning to be opposite to pleasure? How to learn with skills? To learn with pleasure is much better than to learn with bother. But to learn with pleasure depends on to learn with skills.

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Who is the Real Mother of Success?

Who is the Real Mother of Success? It is no other the saying that failure is mother of success or success is mother of itself than the saying that learning is mother of success.

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Ability and Skills Come Only from Learning

Where is Ability from? Zhu Geliang answered the question in his book titled Letter to My Son. Ability is most precious. It comes only from learning. This is a common truth that stands across centuries.

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